At 56 seconds you can watch the slow motion. If you click on the icon in the lower left that looks like a gear the video can be slowed to .25 speed so it is super slow motion. You can see how Mikael maintains the movement of his upper body downhill without letting the pressure of the mogul push him back. This is just like the smooth offensive moves in a turn on a groomed slope, where progressive ankle flexing and tipping to the outside of the turn keeps the upper body keeps moving forward and downhill. Big MO(momentum,) let it go, go with the flow! Compare Mikael (the last skier) to the first skier in this next video to see the difference in how much better Mikael's timing and absorbing is that makes him look so smooth.
Classic Sybervision short turns with Chris Ryman on 205cm skis- notice the same great timing and flow of Mikael's upper upper body
Ski the 14ers- if you have ever seen or climbed any of the 54 peaks over 14,000 feet in Colorado you will be amazed by the pictures in this book of Chris Davenport's adventure to ski all of them in one year!
The Snowflake Winter's Secret Beauty- a book for every snow lover with incredible photographs. It reveals the complexity underlying each simple and beautiful flake. Kenneth Libbrecht, the author and executive officer of physics at CalTech, is the pre-eminent snow-crystal researcher. He discusses the physics and what is still unknown about snow crystals. Imagine how well you will wax after reading this book!